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all her secrets but i do know kate's more beautiful now, than the day i married her. [ female announcer ] with the dimensional color of nice'n easy, all they see is you. today," repeal repeat. house republicans refuse to give up their fight against the health care law. mystery illness. controversy swirls around illinois congressman jesse jackson jr.'s month-long absence. and marvel, new yorkers are treated to a rare solar sight. captions paid for by nbc-universal television hello and good morning. i'm lynn berry. today we begin with a deja vu debate. the house of republicans voted again to repeal the affordable
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health care act. while the senate will not debate or vote on the appeal, the house insisted on making its election year point. nbc's steve handelsman has more. >> the bill is passed. >> reporter: it's a vote on obama health care that will not change the law. >> we all know this bill will pass the house and die in the senate. >> reporter: but republicans want to show their resolve to kill what they call obama care. >> this bill's making our economy worse and driving up the cost of health care and making it harder for small businesses to hire new workers. >> reporter: democrats warned against repeat. >> it closes a door to wellness that's now just being opened to over 30 million americans. >> reporter: house republican leaders have held just 30 votes to help kill the obama law it's time for the republicans to end their relentless session of taking away health care benefits for millions of americans. >> reporter: but like congress, americans are still divided. >> just because it's been ruled
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constitutional doesn't mean all aspects aren't great and we shouldn't discuss them. >> reporter: mitt romney held up his end and did it at the ncaap and got booed. >> i'm going to eliminate every program i can find and that includes obama care, and i'm going to work to reform to save -- >> i probably would have not used the term in that crowd obama care because he personalized it and all of a sudden it seemed more like he was talking about the president. >> reporter: but romney figures keeping health care as the top issue will help him in november and this why republicans staged another vote. i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, capitol hill. well, the inexternal report on what penn state did or did not do during the jerry sandusky years is set for release this morning. findings could be explosive if what the piemted investigators
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said back in november was confirmed. that, quote, failures by the school may have enabled the misconduct to occur in it not being reported. chris clackum has the details. >> reporter: about three weeks after jerry sandusky was convicted of sexually abusing boys, the university braced for more bombshells. results will be released online on thursday morning. while nothing is official much of it is expected to be critical of the late joe paterno and what he did or did not do when told by assistant mike mcqueary back in 2001 that he had just seen sandusky showering with a boy in a team locker room. paterno's family is already on the defensive with a statement that says in part joe paterno did not act in any way to
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prevent a proper gas of jerry sandusky. the school is also bracing to see how the report helps or hurts the slew of lawsuits expected from sandusky's victim ims. illinois congressman jesse jackson jr. is being treated for what his doctors describe as a mood disorder. a statement from jackson's office says he's getting what's called intensive medical care at a residential treatment facility. the state says he's expected to make a full recovery and denied jackson is being treated for alcoholism. however, a family friend told nbc news the problem is actually severe clinical depression and an alcohol problem. jackson has been on a leave of absence from congress since june 10th. and now here's a look at some other stories making news early today in america. in houston a thief broke into a restaurant and grabbed a large safe using chair to wheel it out, but he made off with more than cash.
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the bandit swiped the secret recipe for an award-winning burger. in mississippi an extreme case of mother knows best. she and her son went to a convenience store. he pretended to be buying chip bus then he pull add gun on the clerk but when mom saw what was going on, she grabbed the weapon and ordered her son to leave. the gun turned out to be fake. the son is now in a very real jail. and finally in texas, follow that scooter. police are fishing for the man in this video who stole seafood from a walmart using his motorized chair to make his escape. he lifted $200 worth of lobster tails. he loaded them right into the basket, road out to the store and stuffed the crustaceans and
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drove off. somebody got a license from the vehicle but not a look at the car. and now for a look at your national and regional weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather channel forecast. we can't script these things. >> no butter? >> he went else where for the butter. well, good morning, everyone. yesterday an amazingly hot temperature was recorded in dealt valley national park in california. it was 128 degrees there at the floor of death valley for the hottest locations on the entire planet. they got as high as 134. 128 is still just amazing. it was 114 in vegas. so all the encredible heat that was over the entire heat last week is still over utah. so we had rain yesterday, much needed rain, welcomed rain. louisiana, mississippi, through georgia, also through through the carolinas. i think we're going to get another round of thunderstorms today and tomorrow. but we need this rain to get
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into arkansas, all of missouri, illinois, indiana, especially around indianapolis. and it doesn't look like too much of that's going to happen. it makes it about as far north as southern missouri into kentucky. but the henk rains from nashville, memphis, jackson and also shshreveport. it's a very warm day today. very typical for this time of year. that's a look at your national forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window, well, we are seeing some warm temperatures today, but not in the 90s. we'll take that in the ohio valley around cincinnati and around houston, a chance of flooding. chance of showers this morning. continue to look at the saturday forecast coming up. we'll take a peek at the weekend a little early. >> why not. i kind of like that. coming up no goose from the fed, groupon continues its
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nosedive and health experts coming one a wedding survival guide. your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. plus miley cyrus has another tattoo. stay tuned how many she has and take a look what the last shows. >> steve nash and ray allen show off their digs and nets play in brooklyn. you're watching "early today."
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good morning and welcome back to "early today." i'm lynn berry and here are some of your top headlines this morning. secretary of state hillary clinton became the first official to visit laos. she promised to help them remove 180 cluster bombs remaining from the war. the syrian ambassador to iraq has announced he's defected to the syrian opposition. he is the most senior diplomat yet to abandon the syrian
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government. a federal judge in mississippi has decided to block that state's troeshls new abortion law. it could have effectively shut down the state's only abortion clinic because its doctors do not have admitting privileges at a local hospital as required in the law. the september 11th terrorist attack is the most memorable moment shared by american television viewers in the last 50 years. according to a new poll, the 911 attack was almost twice as impactful as this second ranked moment, hurricane katrina in 2005. and the streets of new york city filled with people turned out to watch the manhattan henge. it's quite a sun. it's when the western sun perfectly aligned with the grid of streets. it is such a spectacular view, even us jade new yorkers stay for a photo. here's a look at how wall street
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will kick off the day. the dow opened at 12604 after losing 489. the s&p was down a fraction. nasdaq down 14. taking a look at trading overseas the nikkei safrmg 130 points while in hong kong the hang seng plummeted 394. stocks fell once again wednesday minutes after the feds' june meeting hoped for another round of stimulus from the central bank. most policy makers weren't ready to make a move. still some are holding out hope, stressing the meeting held prior to the most recent down data. market reaction was immediate. the euro hit a new two-year low against the dollar. gold lost earlier gains closing nearly flat. the fed minutes combined with a big sale sending yields to near record lows. oil seesawed, falling after the fed minutes also showed lower
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groikt expectations but oil later zoomed up on lower u.s. petroleum inventories and expectations for north sea oil production to fall. all that made aisle stocks big winners led by chevron and exxonmobil. internet service groupon tumbled to a new low on recent data showing steep drops in online visits. now below $8, groupon went public in november for $20 a share. after hours, struggling supermarket on rate super pl valu considering selling the company. >> calloway consider cuts its work force. and the cdc wants us to know we have a sense of humor. following their guide for surviving a zombie apocalypse they now offer a wedding day survival guide.
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the guide does recommend sedatives but keeping an emergency box of chocolates on hand as well. i kind of want go to one of their staff meetings. >> well, coming up, two hoopsters are welcomed in their new homes, and a big fine worth big bucks. plus the last version of the dream team gears up for its olympic run. your early morning sports headlines are straight alive. >> what's amazing is myelin berry survival kit also has chocolates and sedatives. your forecast is coming up. you're watching "early today."
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good morning. if you're just waking up, this is "early today." and in sports the ongoing dwight howard trade saga took a turn wednesday after the brooklyn nets pulled their aur for the orlando big man off the table. here's nbc's bill seward with an early look at all your sports headlines. hi, everybody. the on again/off again trade that would send dwight howard to the nets is once again off. after weeks of negotiations the nets had enough. they pulled their offer off the table and then within hours re-signed center brook lopez to a four-year deal at $60 million. lopez averaged 19 points per game last season and was part of the proposed howard trade. so for now dwight is staying in orlando, but here are some players who moved along.
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the rich got richer. ray allen was introduced as a member of the world champion heat. afterwaring green his entire year with the bucks, sonics and celtics, ray will be seeing red in south beach. out west the lakers made it official making it official the point guard steve nash. he hopes to make one more run for the title with kobe and company in los angeles. speaking of that they've been tuning up for the olympics in los angeles. he made some headlines of his own saying this year's dream could beat the original dream team of 1992. i don't know about that but i do know team u.s. will play an exhibition game against the dominican republic tonight. and finally, when was the last time you went up to the attic, if you have an attic. well, the trip could make you a millionaire. carl kistner found a box of baseball cards in his grandpa's attic. this was the mother lode.
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the likes of ty cobb, cy young. the best part, the gum still has flarchlt i know. it's not gum. that's your early look at sports on "early today." i'm bill seward. well, a star gets knocked out by falling equipment, and the latest tom and katie developments. your early morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. plus, we've seen it so many times lately. bear comes into town looking for food. well, coming up we're going to show you what happens after the party's over. you're watching "early today."
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well, good morning dwrouchlt welcome back to "early today." the forecast over the next three days doesn't really change much. the threat of showers and storms, this is actually for friday. pretty warm in boston, getting up into the 90s. even as we head into the start of the weekend, we're not going to see much changing. we'll have an increase for rain in areas like philadelphia and d.c. few your watching us on news channel 36 in charlotte, north carolina, see how different artists interpret our country at proud to be an american at the charlotte art league. and that's your "early today" event of the day, lynn. >> bill, thanks so much. and now here's an early look at this morning's headlines in
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entertainment. maybe kristen chenoweth should use the phrase brick a leg. she was rushed to the hospital wednesday after being hit in the head by a falling piece of lighting equipment on the set of cbs's "the good wife." sche chenoweth appears to be "knocked out cold." katie holmes has registered at a carolina coastline church in new york, around the corner from my place actually. meanwhile tom cruise is threatening with a multi-million-dollar lawsuit. he blasted recent headlines like "tom's house of hers," "the real tom the monster." reports say channing tatum may star in and produce a film about legendary evil ka kneel.
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feeble miley cyrus has gotten her 15th quote. it's a quote from theodore roosevelt. and this comes to us from pasadena, california, where after showing you the trending bears raiding neighborhoods, for once we get to show you the end of the story. they are taking this little guy back into the wilderness. you're looking at a cub waking up after being tranquilized and being returned to the for evident after his stroll through a nearby town. the poor guy was a little bit woozy from his big adventure and needed a huj from the health and wide life officials. trying to take them to new areas so they won't head right back into the city. poor little guy. i'm lynn berry, and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day, today on your nbc station.
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>> live, local, late-breaking, this is wbal-tv 11 news today. >> good morning. we're off to a pleasant start on this thursday morning. partly cloudy skies. 67 in parkton. a mixture of sun and clouds. it will be warm but nothing unusual for this time of year. about a 20% chance for a thunderstorm. high temperature around 90. we will check the seven-day forecast going all the way into the weekend. >> 67 degrees on tv hill. >> the police chief from anne arundel county steps down. >> and state university braces
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for what might be an explosive report -- penn state university. >> we hmmm, i don't think i took my pill today. there's birth control you don't have to think about taking every day or even every year. i'm painting my arms. i want another child, but not for a while. it's mirena, a small intrauterine contraceptive that's over 99% effective at preventing pregnancy for as long as you want, for up to five years. then again, i'm not sure i want to wait. don't use mirena if you have a pelvic infection, get infections easily or have certain cancers. less than 1% of users get a serious infection called pelvic inflammatory disease. if you have persistent pelvic or stomach pain, or if mirena comes out, tell your healthcare provider. if it comes out, use back-up birth control. mirena may attach to or go through the uterine wall and cause other problems. although uncommon, pregnancy while using mirena can be life threatening and may result in
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loss of pregnancy or fertility. ovarian cysts may occur, but usually disappear. bleeding and spotting may increase in the first few months and continue to be irregular. periods over time may become shorter, lighter, or even stop. mirena does not protect against hiv or stds. oh, i can wait a little longer. ask about mirena. when you have time. did you know ? if you choose mirena to prevent pregnancy, it's also approved to treat heavy periods. you're on timeout leo! some things won't last 25 years. ah! woof. some things will. save up to 20% on an ikea kitchen.
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[captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute >> live, local, late-breaking, this is wbal-tv 11 news today. >> good morning. i'm mindy basara. >> and i'm stan stovall. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> a beautiful morning. >> the dew points in the upper 50's and the low 60's. the humidity feels nice. 67 at the airport. the relative humidity is 87%. will make it up to 89 today with the a mixture of sun and clouds. slight chance for a thunderstorm. thunderstorm. typical summer

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